99 Records (2) ‎– 99-04 EP, 99 Records (2) ‎– FAC 34
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM


A1 You're No Good
A2 Moody
B1 Earn It
B3 Hey!

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Original pressing with blue & silver labels. Authentic original pressings can be identified by the copyright text ring on labels, and Masterdisk/EDP stamps and "HW" (Howie Weinberg) signature in runouts.

"FAC 34" catalog number appears on the spine.

"Tracks A1-A3 recorded at Eastern Artists, New Jersey, USA and mixed at Strawberry Studios, Manchester, England."
"Tracks B1-B3 recorded live at Hurrah, N.Y.C., 3.12.1980."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): ESG.04.EP.A (EDP) MASTERDISK HW
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): ESG.04.EP.B (EDP) MASTERDISK HW

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
99-04 EP, FAC 34 ESG ESG(12", EP) 99 Records (2), 99 Records (2) 99-04 EP, FAC 34 US 1981 Sell This Version
99-04 EP ESG ESG(12", EP, Unofficial) 99 Records (3) 99-04 EP US Unknown Sell This Version
99-04 EP ESG ESG(12", EP, Unofficial) 99 Records (3) 99-04 EP US Unknown Sell This Version
none ESG ESG(12", EP, RE, Unofficial) 99 Records (3) none Unknown Sell This Version
99-04 EP, FAC 34 ESG ESG(12", EP, RE, Unofficial) 99 Records (3), 99 Records (3) 99-04 EP, FAC 34 Unknown Sell This Version


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December 28, 2019
Wow I didn't know this vinyl would cost so much by now. I purchased this vinyl in 1986 and recorded it in CD and sent it to my house in D.R. since I cant fit my entire collection here. I would like to know which one is that first issue? Too many here in discogs.


November 3, 2019
edited 3 months ago
UFO by ESG would have probably been influenced by this I Wonder 21:40 by TBGMachine ;)


October 8, 2019
How can you tell which is the first?, first three seems to be identical, is it a matter of triple entries for the same record?


December 20, 2016
UFO ... Throbbing Gristle- Tanith.... Both are equally stark tunes in my bestest vocal opinion ...Its the name of the game.... ;)


July 19, 2016
I have one with all descriptions stated but record has green inner labels. All pictures I see here have blue and silver or white. Does anyone know which copy it might be it has masterdisk and 99-04ep/fac34...thanks everyone


April 30, 2015
I remember showing RENE the factory 7" in 1986 for the 1st time and she was shocked as no one in the family knew it existed. Apparently released by Ed bahlman without esg's knowledge. Basically they were not told or paid for the 7" release.
GRIMEY!!! If you buy the 7" for UFO, you can't slow it down. It's 33rpm and unless you have the obsolete 16rpm playing option on your close & play turntable it can't be slowed down.


June 29, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

I'm not in front of my (original) copy right now, but I could swear that the spine says both 99 Records and Factory Records - i.e. it's a split release. These Discogs entries make it seem like the 12" was on 99 and the 7" was on Factory, mutually exclusive to each other. Not so.

Edit: I now have it in front of me. It is definitely a split release 12". The spine says

99-04 EP / FAC 34 [some space] E S G [some space] 99 RECORDS ® & © 1981 NINE NINE MUSIC (ASCAP) PRINTED IN U.S.A.


March 1, 2004
This is probably the best EP of all time. Growing up in Brooklyn/Bed-Stuy in the 80's, UFO was one of the TOP 5 Uptown beats (i.e. hip-hop) of all time (slowed to 33rpm). We rocked Earn It also. As I got into house music a little later, I found out that Moody was a garage/house classic. So no matter what you're into, this EP has a classic for ya!